Publisher: Kate Sharpley Library
Released: January 1, 2003
Emigration was one of the great dreams of nineteenth century European workers, and Brazil was just one of the "New Worlds" that showed them the promise of such lands was a promise easily broken. But the anarchist dream of freedom and revolution came with them, and workers—Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, and Brazilian—fought to make it a reality. And it was not only rampant capitalism they had to fight, but also State-worshippers, both Left and Right.
Recording accounts of the figures who made the movement what it was and is, this pamphlet contains an outline of the history of the anarchist movement in Brazil to the present day.